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Contents Part 1: The Anatomy of Cynicism 1 Introducing Cynicism 2 Cynicism: New and Used 3 Seeing Through People 4 Seeing Through Institutions: Government, Family and Church 5 Seeing Through God 6 Seeing Through Human Knowledge of God: The Masters of Suspicion 7 Seeing Through Meaning to Power: Postmodern Cynicism 8 Seeing Through Everything Else: Boredom, Irony and Satire Part 2: Raising Questions 9 Suspecting Our Suspicions 10 The Vulnerability of Cynicism 11 Suspecting Contemporary Suspicion About God Part 3: An Honest Alternative to Cynicism 12 The Providence of God: A Theology of Brokenness 13 Living with the Providence of God 14 Providence Experienced: Does Jesus Make Any Difference? 15 A Pointer to Transcendence 16 What If the Transcendent Has Come to Earth? 17 Questions About a Transcendent Message Part 4: Redeeming Suspicion: A God's-Eye View 18 What If God Is Not a Cynic? 19 Seeing Through Cynicism 20 Beyond Cynicism I: Humility-A Reality Check 21 Beyond Cynicism II: Individuality and Charity-Walking a Tightrope 22 Cynicism and Marriage 23 Cynicism and the Church 24 Cynicism and Government 25 Hope and the Costs of Cynicism Endnotes
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Providence and government of God.
Belief and doubt.